Dart Little M Engine Block Small Block Chevy 9.325 in. Deck, +.391 in. Raised Camshaft
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Little ''M'' Block with Steel Main Caps
- Uses standard oil pump, oil pan, oil filter, motor mounts, mechanical fuel pump, and clutch linkage
- Priority main oiling system feeds main bearings first
- Siamese cylinder bores with extra-thick walls resist cracking and improve ring seal for more power (minimum .275 in. thick with 4.185 in. bore)
- Open lifter valley improves oil return to pan
- Enlarged lifter bosses accommodate offset and oversize lifters
- Blind head bolt holes don’t go through to the water jacket
- Billet steel 4-bolt main bearing caps on all 5 mains
- Front and rear external oil feed, crossover, and restrictor provision to simplify the use of external oil pumps
- Material: 220 BHN cast iron
- Deck height: 9.325 in.
- Cylinder bore: 4.125 in.
- +.391 raised camshaft location
- Freeze plugs: press-fit
- Rear seal: 2-piece
- Includes block parts kit 301-32000001
Note: This block has a raised cam location and will require a longer timing chain and gear set.
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